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.s. military have been waiting for for many years. our pentagon correspondent, jim miklaszewski on duty from there tonight. jim, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. tomorrow, defense secretary leon panetta will announce that he's lifting the ban that prevents female soldiers and marines from serving in direct combat ground combat roles. according to one senior defense official, this clears the way now for women to become combat infantry. for the past ten years, u.s. military women have served at the front lines in both iraq and afghanistan. but never allowed in direct ground combat roles. lifting the 20-year ban against women in combat will ultimately put them directly into the heat of battle. it opens some 237,000 combat-related positions to women. initially, women will be assigned to combat support roles, communications, logistics and as drivers. gradually, they'll work their way closer to battle as medics, corpsmen and manning artillery before they become combat infantry troops. despite the combat ban, women have paid the ultimate price of war. 152 u.s. military women have bee
jim crow. the statistics she writes about where black people are right now when the 21st century we are underemployed, unemployed, more afflicted with aids than other diseases of obesity and diabetes. more of us are incarcerated and get tough sentences for the same crimes. the suns in the black community for me is deafening coming from our generation. we would protest everything. as you said after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more and 65. why do you think -- >> guest: you can see the difference behind the kind of support king got when he was fighting for civil rights reforms after 1965 the level of support for king if you look at the polls, overwhelming support in the black community, widespread support even among the whites for what he was trying to do. if you look at after 65 when he moved to chicago and when he takes a stand on viet nam and higgins to support garbage workers and poor people in the poor people's campaign which is the first occupied movement he wanted to occupy the national mall even though the occupied campaign in recent years no one put fo
benjamin netanyahu will win a third term in office. nbc's jim maceda is in tel aviv. jim, good morning. now, prime minister's netanyahu's coalition government may be weaker after today's voting. will that change israel's policies? >> reporter: good morning, mara. the latest polling showed even though netanyahu's party is about to lose eight to ten seats in the parliament, he'll still make it a comfortable win today. the policies going forward, that will be largely shaped by the coalition he forms to govern with and that horse trading will start in earnest probably as early as tomorrow. his obvious choice is lining up with even more hard-line parties to his right, including a right wing, extreme right wing group who are saying publicly they want to annex much of the west bank. that would be a worst-case scenario for palestinians here. or netanyahu could surprise everyone and form a more centrist government, leaning more to the left of center, giving him, as analysts here say, more options to deal with stalled peace talks and a struggling economy. now, that is a very longshot, mara. what we'r
of brotherhood we have a black man in the white house but michele alexander is the author of the new jim crow she talks about statistics in the 21st century under employed and unemployed clear more afflicted with aids and obesity with tougher sentences for the same crimes but we have a black president and i think the silence in the black community is deafening we would protest everything after we got voting rights and we wanted more. leidy think they are silent? >> you can see the difference of the support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform through 65 the level of support with the widespread support for what he was trying to do. after 1965 moving to chicago with garbage workers and for people he wanted to occupy the national mall. even during the occupy campaign in recent years no one point* something so for word with his support it went down dramatically. >> host: why? they thought it would make white people angry? >> guest: there was support for the early king for the black people doing well so for them once you remove the jim crow barriers come to the agenda is gone. at
house. michelle alexander who endorsed her but amid the author of the wonderful book, the new jim crow, the statistics she writes about the work that people have right now in the 21st century were underemployed, unemployed, barfoot did with aids and other diseases of obesity and diabetes. tucker said this for the same kinds, yet we have a president. and i'm thinking the black community for me is deafening for my generation. with protest everything. and we wanted more after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more than 65. why do you black community -- >> you can see the difference between the support team got when he was fighting first of the race before. so if you're in 1865, the level of support if you look at the polls, overwhelming support, widespread support even among whites for that he was trained to do. if you look at after 65, when he missed to chicagoan takes takes a stand on vietnam, when he begins to support garbage workers and poor people, the poor people's campaign which was the first occupied this man. he wanted to bring people to occupy the national mal
president? across the dial we were treated to scenes like cnn's jim acosta telling wolf blitzer, quote, you know, i feel like i should pinch myself right now. or nbc's al roker shouting and whooping it up for the president and vice president like he was at a mardi gras parade. he finally did get a handshake from the vice president. and if that's not enough for you, consider this from cnn's tom foreman, he concedes he has written president obama a letter for every single day of his presidency, some 1400 altogether. let's talk about it with ellen rattner, bureau chief for talk radio's view service and contributing editor and writer jim pinkerton. ellen, does any of this seem over the top to you? the. >> first of all, i don't think press should be clapping or anything else at any kind of political event. on the other hand, this was a great day for americans, and it doesn't really matter whether it was president bush or ip august rated, you know, i sat there, and i said we really do have a peaceful transfer of power. and that is something to really be celebrated. so were they celebrating this p
the range we are seeing at this anything ration. >> carters would like that. >> hold on. jim acosta is joining us. tell our viewers where you are. >> reporter: we are at the east front of the cap tomorrow. the president's limo has turned in to the carriage side. it is sort of difficult to figure this out because, as you might imagine the president's motorcade has a mum of limb zeens and number of armored vehicles around it. so -- part of that for security reasons, of course. we were told by our senate producer ted barrett earlier this morning, the vice president is being accompanied by lamar alexand alexander, republican senator from tennessee. chuck schumer is with the president. they will be heading in shortly. just a few moments. called the carriage house entrance, of course, because actual horse and carriages used to come through the entrance. >> the chief justice of the united states, john roberts, was just introduced. he is there. the first lady of the united states. she has just arrived as well. she's now inside the capitol. dana bash, yeah, you are inside the capitol. where'
playbook," david o. russell. up next, jim vandehei with the top stories in the "politico playbook." first, the latest on the frigid temperatures outside. bill karins with a check on the forecast. >> i think, mika, get to day two or three, your body gets used to it. the winds around as bad as yesterday. first things first, look out the window down through virginia, i'm sure the ground is covered. you got some snow last night. only picked up about a dusting to two inches in most areas. coastal maryland picked up as much as three or four. it's just about over with. hopefully the sidewalks will brush off easily. it's a light, fluffy snow. give yourself a little extra time. now for those temperatures. the cold spots continue to be northern new england and northern portions of wisconsin and minnesota. the icebox of america, international falls this morning, it is minus 33 degrees. that's without any wind whatsoever. now when we factor in the windchills, it's a little bit breezy around chicago and green bay. that's why it feels so bitterly cold for you. and northern new england, windchills are a
in office. nbc's jim maceda is live in tel aviv. good morning. assuming priedictioning are correct and he wins, what effect could that have on israel's policies? >> reporter: hi to you, mara. well, about 15%, keep in mind, of israelis are saying that they're still undecided going into today's voting booth, so this is not a done deal. but all indications are that netanyahu's right-wing party with a second partner party will win a third term but with fewer seats, maybe eight to ten fewer seats in parliament. the biggest question is who does he choose in a coalition to govern with? the smart money is on him lining up with even more hard-line parties to his right which, of course, is the nightmare scenario for palestinians. or he could surprise everyone and team up with a more centrist bloc, and that would probably give him more wiggle room, at least that's what the analysts are saying, to deal with the stalled peace talks and what israelis are calling a tanking economy. and the horse trading begins as early as tomorrow morning. mara? >> and let's turn, if we can, to elsewhere in the region t
, jim baker. it's hard to find things like that on in her record but on representational side, very strong performance. also in terms of being loyal to president obama. the obama white house was concerned in the beginning that this superstar part of team clinton, was going to over-shadow the president and the white house. they were very controlling sometimes in how they methods foreign policy but secretary clinton never stepped on anybody's toes. she always left it to the president to take the lead on things. so i think that was a sign that she was a team player. i find, charlie more people from both parties today saying that they thought she did a good job, and that she showed that she has real depth. then you would have found four years ago. >> rose: clearly it enhanced her reputation. >> i think so. >> rose: when you look forward to the service of john kerry assuming what most people believe the obvious confirmation because he's of the senate himself, will he be a different secretary of state? >> would expect charlie that you'll see a little bit more of the back-channel negotiati
. . >>> at the super bowl, no more intriguing subplot than the sibling rivalry between the two coaches, jim and john harbaugh say there's nothing to see here, we should be focusing on the players and the players and lone. not easy to ignore the dynamic between the two very different men. brian todd joining us with more. what are you seeing? >> they are different in some ways, very similar in others. specifically the competitiveness that they share. apparently, john and jim harbaugh have not spoken to each other this week, since their teams both won trips to the super bowl. they have exchanged text messages, that's about it that speaks to their competitiveness and the fact that brothers are more eager to focus on football and strategy than the story everyone is talking about. they have tried to downplay the family angle, but it's virtually impossible. >> i don't think you ever put your family aside, joe, you know, but -- well, the priorities, we have a job to do. all of us have to a job to do. all of his coaches, all our coaches and players, everybody focused on doing their job. >> john harbaugh is t
as head coach in the super bowl. john harbaugh with the baltimore ravens and jim harbaugh leading the fran 49ers. one year ago, he thought it would happen and started the process of trademarking the phrase har-bowl. sounds like a good idea. it was until the nfl sacked it. >> nice to be here. >> greta: you came up with a good idea before anybody else and spent your own money to get a trademark on this har-bowl and what happened? who stole it from you or gave you pressure? >> the nfl. they started out with phone call asking what my intentions were if it was to happen, maybe make shirts or hats, give it to local businesses and see if they might be interested in a deal to make silk screen those or something, and i was told that that was too close to their, their product and so they asked me if i would abandon the trademarks. >> greta: did you have a lawyer? i know they've got a lot of lawyers. did you have a lawyer for this? >> no, ma'am. >> greta: you're just doing this all by yourself with your good idea and suddenly, they think that that's too close to the super bowl trademark, is that righ
in their dealings with other nations. lead are jim john uncarries out actions to cement his power at home. the country's economy is stagnant. most people subsist on a minimum amount of food. authorities use these launches and nuclear tests to calm these people. north korea is a great country. they even separate them, as we saw last month. as time goals on, kim's scientists and engineers will gain more knowledge and his military will become more powerful. diplomats need to use talks to counter that. and they need to encourage chinese officials to be more active in the process. >> all right. thanks, kengo. >>> voters in israel have the ruling right wing bloc now has fewer seats in the the 120-member kanesset. centrist parties and an extreme right-wing parties made gains. vote-counting is nearly finished. the right-wing bloc led by the likud party won the highest number of seats. it will take about 30, down from the 42 it held before the vote. >> translator: thank you for giving me the chance to lead israel for a third time. we must form as large a coalition as possible. i've already started
, there was the defining event and that was iraq's incursion into kuwait. we saw the global presidents put together by jim baker and george h.w. bush nsx 70 hageman of the world's nations. this subset can do that, we have seen a completely different scene and that is what i would describe as the 20 armors and three libraries and they've got about a dozen fires popping up here in different parts of the world. and oliver sudden, you have people who don't have -- a lot of people in congress who don't have the previous reference has basically come to the conclusion that the world is change and they really can't afford, nor do we have the public support for global engagement. when you go back home intact to people back home, it literally is like saying you need to diet and lose a lot of weight and i'll get a haircut or not solve the problem. the amount of foreign aid in person is shrinking to the point where it's relatively insignificant compared to the whole. yet the will to support that going forward into the event step out and say well, we are to be more engaged here or we can do more here or these are the
>> 49ers touch down in new orleans! the players along with coach jim harbaugh and his kids are in new orleans tonight. preparing for superbowl 47. just 7 days away! they landed at about 7pm. five o'clock our time. you can see the players. staff and famlies deplaning. the entrie crew loaded into the buses heading for san jose airport earlier today you can see video of the event behind me. gabe slate was there at the team's santa clara headquarters where hard core fans lined up to see the team off. (cheers & applause) >> reporter: these fans gathered around this, and entrance. hoping to see the players boat onto the bus but they had other plans that to keep a tight schedule. they only allowed the media and in the shadow of the news stadium, there are police, public- relations and the buses were in this area. they did not have time. however, the team did it seem up beat. colin kaepernick had a high end headphones, and a winter cap. they decided that they would drive the five buses beyond the crowd. and that was cool. the fans loved it. hundreds cheered. they did not see betwee
not have a record of substantial negotiation-- a la henry kissinger, jim baker. it's hard to find things like that on in her record, but on representational side, very strong performance. also in terms of being loyal to president obama. the obama white house was concerned in the beginning, that this superstar, part of team clinton, was going to over-shadow the president and the white house. they were very controlling sometimes in how they methods foreign policy, but secretary clinton never stepped on anybody's toes. she always left it to the president to take the lead on things. so i think that was a sign that she was a team player. i find, charlie, more people from both parties today saying that they thought she did a good job, and that she showed that she has real depth. then you would have found four years ago. >> rose: clearly it enhanced her reputation. >> i think so. >> rose: when you look forward to the service of john kerry, assuming what most people believe the obvious confirmation because he's of the senate himself, will he be a different secretary of state? >> would expect, ch
of this country to know the constitution that keeps them free? and jim from virginia e-mailed thomas jefferson said a democracy can only survive in an educated electorate. if we keep this up we will lose the system we were built upon. finally blaine tweets us considering how bad our government acts if we keep teaching how it should operate, it will only get worse. thank everybody who responded. "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good day.
of the national anthem. jim acosta is here. there has been confusion all day. what was going on? what do we know as of right now? >> wolf, this was a question on a lot of lips. earlier a spokesman said what americans heard on inauguration day was a prerecording of pop star beyonce singing the national anthem. take a listen. ♪ ♪ o say, can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪ what so proudly we hailed >> now, that was a prerecording. that spokesman for the u.s. marine band said beyonce made the recording overnight before the inaugural as a standard protocol, the band says, in case something goes wrong during the actual performance and just before the inauguration ceremony, a decision was made to use that recording instead of the live song. the pop star even posted pictures on her facebook page recording the star-spangled banner but on inauguration day beyonce, quote, did not actually sing. and let's look at another quote from that marine official. we don't know why the decision was made. we wondered the same thing. we don't know. we don't have that graphic available. but a u.s. marine ba
.n.c. chairman jim nick -- jim nicholson joins us. do you think that is what is on the president's plate to destroy the congress? >> i think it is. he's looking forward to the elections in 2014 where they can get the house back and have control of the government, which is what makes the u.s. house so historically critically important to us today. we have to be a united republican outpost in the house. that's the only branch of government we still have. and it's very important that we hang together. i used to say when i was a party chairman, we have to hang together so we don't hang separately. and it's more important than ever now. >>steve: absolutely. i want to share with you and our audience right now the results of a fox news poll wh-t president's attitude towards congressional republicans since this election. he's become 55% more confrontational people across america say. you're talking about he would like to take control of the house in two years. that would mean two more years of this super polarized situation in washington, d.c. i think people are sick of that. >> people are. but
greatly weaken a president's recess appointment powers. >> as jim carney was mentioning earlier in that sound bite, he said this has been practiced and precedent for a long time. so is the likelihood that this particular rule cog have an effect on all sorts of presidential appointments going forward? >> absolutely. some people pointed out that many federal judges are sitting on the bench now thanks to their reaes-- recess appointments. and as a result of today's ruling of the three judge panel of the federal appeals court and the district of columbia, those judges appointments could be nullified. and there are prisoners sitting if prison nowadays thinking wait t this is good news. maybe my conviction, maybe my sentencing can be overturned because the judge who ordered my sentence was a recess appointment. >> so considering the magnitude of all this, the supreme court likely to take it up? >> i think so, hari. it's not absolutely clear but because this decision has so much import and because it's the same question being heard now by several different circuit courts and thus there
into the debate. >> are the president's kids more important than yours? >> jim baker, head of the group's federal affairs division, reportedly disagreed with the commercial. the nra telling nbc news, differences of opinion are common to organizations throughout the country. the flap underscores how divisive the issue of gun control continues to be. political analysts say the president doesn't have a lot of time to get congress on board. >> he won't spend a whole year doing it. at some point you have to have votes. it can't be like health care where it sort of drains resources. >> reporter: alex, some smaller rallies in other cities like boston and san francisco. now, white house officials say on tuesday, president obama will travel to las vegas and talk about another big goal for his being second term. immigration reform. analysts say the clock ticking for him to get something done on that issue as well. >> okay. thank you, kristin. >> thanks, alex. >>> a sneak peek on long-awaited super bowl ads. [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day
of a political group attached to the president. loosely run by his campaign chair, jim mesina. just on friday they put out talking points even giving individuals a sample script if they wanted to call their congress members to tell them they were looking for action on the issue of guns as well. h is really one way the president is hoping to try to effectively execute new change in the course of the next several months and in this second term. >> meanwhile, we have the first major policy speech being given tomorrow on immigration from las vegas. we have the talk of this bipartisan deal that's been reached within the senate. the immigration 8. explain to all of us, is there enough oxygen in washington, d.c., right now to have a gun control debate on the side of an immigration reform debate? does one extinguish the other? >> reporter: well, the white house is convinced that there is. i think it seems more likely, at least to those in washington, that the immigration issue is one that could be solved more quickly. especially given the headlines being made today about that bipartisan group of sena
tomorrow. i promise to try to find it for you here on "mad money." i'm jim cramer and i will see you tomorrow. >>> good evening, everyone, i'm larry kudlow, this is the "kudlow report." how about this, folks? bipartisanship is still alive in the senate. a group of eight proposed immigration reform that will document 11 million illegals, it'll open the door to more bra brainiacs and provide border security all at the same time. i rather like it. let's build on it. can it pass the house? or will president obama step all over it in his speech tomorrow? now, get ready, folks, a pro-growth budget cutting across the board sequester spending cut is coming in nine days. don't listen to the big government spenders. we need budget cuts to grow the economy, shrink government and create confidence that we are not greece. and, oh, heck, my friend steve kroft lobbed a bunch of softballs at president obama and hillary clinton in his "60 minutes" interview last night. and you know what, folks, we still do not know what happened on that tragic, awful night in benghazi when four people were killed. th
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of a stamp is up a penny to 46 cents. i'm jim axelrod l rod, cbs news. >> kroft: hillary clinton's final days as secretary of state included one of her most difficult. on wednesday, she spent more than five hours being grilled on capital hill for the security failures in benghazi that led to the deaths of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, the biggest diplomatic disaster of this administration. the accountability review led by admiral mike mullen and ambassador thomas pickering found, among many failures, that stevens' repeated requests for better security never made it to clinton's desk. and representatives and senators pressed her on whether the administration covered up the nature of the terrorist attack. >> clinton: the fact is, we have four dead americans. was it because of a protest, or was it because of guys going out for a walk and deciding they'll go kill some americans? what difference... at this point, what difference does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from happening again, senator. >> kroft: i want t
or not. here's jim acosta on why she may have decided to play it safe, if she did. ♪ oh, say can you see >> reporter: it's the question on just about everyone's lips in washington on the day after the inaugural. was beyonce's version of the star spangled banner live or was it lip synched. according to an official, it was all on tape. a spokesman for the u.s. marine band tells cnn she did not actually sing. beyonce made a recording of the national anthem overnight before the inaugural. she even posted pictures of herself in the studio surrounded by a group of marine officials. the prerecording is standard procedure, the marines say, in case anything goes wrong during the actual ceremony. watching tonian magazine first started raising questions about the authenticity of the performance. the magazine's editor was seated ten feet away from the u.s. marine band. he said, it appeared the band was pretending to play their instruments. >> it immediately struck me that i couldn't hear the band and i was staring at the saxophone player. couldn't hear him, couldn't hear anyone else. >> the marine b
point is they are not talking about today's world. henry kissinger, jim baker, i think jim schlesinger, former secretaries of defense, many others have all agreed with that as a goal for the world. it's a goal. it's an aspiration. we should always be aspirational, but it's not something that could happen in today's world, nor could any leader today sit here or any other chair and promote to you the notion that we ought to be cutting down our deterrent level below an adequate level to maintain deter -- deterrence. the military has very strong views about what that is. we have cut down to some 1,500. there is talk of going down to a lower number. i think personally it's possible to get there if you have commensurate levels of inspections, verification, abouf your nuclear stockpile program, etc. now, senator, i know you are deeply invested in that component of it. the nuclear stockpile proposal. i made -- we can come to some of that maybe later in the hearing here, but i believe we have to maintain that. because that's the only way you maintain an effective level of deterrence. and the ru
presence put together by jim baker and george h. w. bush and the success in the engagement of it. but subsequent to that, we have seen a completely different scene. that is what i would describe as three alarmers and two alarmers. we about a dozen fires popping up here in different parts of the world within all of a sudden you have people who don't have the -- a lot of people in congress who don't have the previous reference have basically come to the conclusion that the world has changed and we can't afford nor do we have the public support for global open gaugement. -- engagement. when you talk to people back home and you say why do we give so much foreign aid? it is literally like saying, you know, you need to diet and lose a lot of weight and you get a haircut and solve the problem. the amount of foreign aid and presence now is shrinking to the point where it's relatively insignificant compared to it. but yet the will to support that going forward and even step out and say well we ought to be more engaged here or do more here or these are the functions that are working. it's
was jim mcgovern, a massachusetts democrat in the house. used to be a staffer himself. that is how he got his start in politics. he remembers what it is like to be on the other end and know hes that staffers do a lot of the work in congress. no member can do it by himself and tends to run a low key office. asks that even interns call him by his first name. for whatever reason not sur are pleasingly, staffers like that and shows in the form of loyalty and he is able to build expertise. he is not having to constantly retrain people. treat the staff well and they stick around and your have expertise. >> shannon: what about the senate? >> the best member of the senate is john thune. both had only one in ten staffers leave every year. compare that to sheila jackson-lee, consistently 54% of her staff walk out every single year. >> shannon: a tough job whether you have a good or bad boss. don't get paid huge bucks. basically working 24/7. want to make sure you have a good boss. folks can read more? >> look up any member of congress at washingtontypes .com/losses. >> shannon: good to see you. pau
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